Sarah LukeyAge: 5318481901

Name
Sarah Lukey
Birth 1848
MarriageJohn Samuel MitchellView family
1868 (Age 20)
Source: GRO index
Text:
1868 Jun Redruth 5c 368
Birth of a son
#1
Edward John Mitchell
1870 (Age 22)
Source: GRO index
Text:
1870 Sep Redruth 5c 256
CensusJohn Samuel MitchellView family
2 April 1871 (Age 23)

Text:
1871 Census RG 10 / 2323 / ED 1 folio 9 page 10 schedule 46 Gustavus, Camborne John Mitchell, Head, Mar, 22, -, Tin Miner, Cornwall Camborne Sarah Mitchell, Wife, Mar, -, 22, -, Cornwall Breage Edward Mitchell, Son, Unm, 6mo, -, -, Cornwall Camborne
Birth of a son
#2
James Thomas Mitchell
1872 (Age 24)
Source: GRO index
Text:
1872 Mar Redruth 5c 277
Immigration 30 June 1873 (Age 25)
Text:
Mitchell, John S, 23, Countess Russell, 30 Jun 1873, IMM/114, 417, M1697 Mitchell, Sarah, 24, Countess Russell, 30 Jun 1873, IMM/114, 417, M1697 Mitchell, Edward, 21, Countess Russell, 30 Jun 1873, IMM/114, 417, M1697 Mitchell Edward J, 3, Countess Russell, 30 Jun 1873, IMM/114, 417, M1697 Mitchell James, 1, Countess Russell, 30 Jun 1873, IMM/114, 417, M1697
Immigration 30 June 1873 (Age 25)
Text:
MITCHELL John S, age 23, Ship : Countess Russell, 30 Jun 1873 IMM/114 p.417 Z1958 M1697 MITCHELL Sarah, age 24, Ship : Countess Russell, 30 Jun 1873 IMM/114 p.417 Z1958 M1697 MITCHELL Edward, age 3, Ship : Countess Russell, 30 Jun 1873 IMM/114 p.417 Z1958 M1697 MITCHELL James, age 1, Ship : Countess Russell, 30 Jun 1873 IMM/114 p.417 Z1958 M1697 MITCHELL Edward, age 21, Ship : Countess Russell, 30 Jun 1873 IMM/114 p.417 Z1958 M1697
Birth of a daughter
#3
Mary Jane (Minnie) Mitchell
1874 (Age 26)
Text:
birth index : 1874 / C243
MarriageJohn HattamView family
10 December 1875 (Age 27)
Death of a husbandJohn Samuel Mitchell
1875 (Age 27)
Birth of a son
#4
Samuel Hattam
May 1876 (Age 28)
Death of a sonSamuel Hattam
28 May 1876 (Age 28) Age: 4 weeks
Cause: Marasmus
Text:
death index : 1876 / C242
Burial of a sonSamuel Hattam
28 May 1876 (Age 28)
Birth of a daughter
#5
Elizabeth Jane Hattam
7 April 1877 (Age 29)
Birth of a son
#6
Samuel John Hattam
28 July 1878 (Age 30)
Birth of a daughter
#7
Anna Maria Hattam
23 January 1881 (Age 33)
Death of a daughterAnna Maria Hattam
5 March 1882 (Age 34) Age: 13 months
Birth of a son
#8
Albert Henry Hattam
30 September 1882 (Age 34)
Birth of a son
#9
Joseph Hattam
18 November 1884 (Age 36)
Birth of a daughter
#10
Hilda May Hattam
26 March 1888 (Age 40)
Death of a sonJoseph Hattam
8 December 1888 (Age 40) Age: 4
Burial of a sonJoseph Hattam
9 December 1888 (Age 40) Age: 4
Marriage of a childEdment James EdwardsElizabeth Jane HattamView family
15 October 1892 (Age 44)
Text:
marriage index : 1892 / 2864
Citation details: 2
Date of entry in original source: 17 October 1892
Text:
The Barrier Miner, Broken Hill, NSW. Monday 17 October 1892 page 2 column 2 MARRIAGE. EDWARDS–HATTAM.–October 15, at the residence of the bride's father, by license, by the Rev. S. Gray, Edment James, youngest son of Mr. Joseph Edwards, of Thackaringa, to Elizabeth Jane (Lizzie), second daughter of Mr. John Hattam, of Wolfram-street, Broken Hill. http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article44093154
Marriage of a childJames Thomas MitchellAdelaide Catherine (Kate) GlassonView family
23 March 1893 (Age 45)
Citation details: 2
Date of entry in original source: 30 March 1893
Text:
The Barrier Miner, Broken Hill, NSW. Thursday 30 March 1893 page 2 column 2 MARRIAGE. MITCHELL–GLASSON.–March 23, at the residence of the bride's parents, Cobalt-street, by the Rev. S. Gray, James Thomas, second step-son of John Hattam, to Adelaide Catherine (Kate), fifth daughter of Mr. James Glasson, late of Burra. http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article44096915
Marriage of a childJoseph McMahonMary Jane (Minnie) MitchellView family
15 June 1893 (Age 45)
Text:
marriage index : 1893 / 2552
Citation details: 2
Date of entry in original source: 17 June 1893
Text:
The Barrier Miner, Broken Hill, NSW. Saturday 17 June 1893 page 2 column 2 MARRIAGE. M'MAHON-MITCHELL.–April 15, at the residence of Mr. John Hattam, Wolfram-street, Broken Hill, by the Rev. R. J. Daddow, Mr. Joseph M'Manon to Miss Mary Jane (Minnie) Mitchell, both of Broken Hill. http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article44102268
Citation details: 2
Date of entry in original source: 27 June 1893
Text:
The Barrier Miner, Broken Hill, NSW. Tuesday 27 June 1893 page 2 column 2 MARRIAGE. M'MAHON–MITCHELL.–June 15, at the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Hattam, Wolfram-street, Broken Hill, by the Rev. R. J. Daddow, Mr. Joseph M'Mahon to Miss Mary Jane (Minnie) Mitchell, both of Broken Hill. http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article44107276
Marriage of a childSamuel John HattamJane PearsonView family
30 January 1900 (Age 52)
Citation details: 12
Date of entry in original source: 8 March 1900
Text:
The Kalgoorlie Western Argus Thursday 8 March 1900 page 12 column 1 MARRIAGES. HATTAM-PEARSON.---On the 30th January, at Queen's Church, Boulder City, by the Rev. T. Allan, Samuel John, eldest son of John Hattam (late of Broken Hill and Moonta), to Jane, second daughter of Robert Pearson, late of Dalton-in-Furness, Lanca- shire, England. Home papers please copy. http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article32491948
Publication: http://www.bdm.dotag.wa.gov.au/_apps/pioneersindex/
Text:
marriage index : 1900 / 205 Samuel John Hottam
Death 27 November 1901 (Age 53)
In Memoriam 2 December 1902 (12 months after death)

Citation details: 15
Date of entry in original source: 2 December 1902
Text:
The Kalgoorlie Western Argus, Kalgoorlie Tuesday 2 December 1902 page 15 column 1 IN MEMORIAM. HATTAM.-- In loving remembrance of our dear mother, who died on the 27th November, 1901, Hopkins-street, Boulder City. "We miss thee from our home, dear mother; We miss thee from thy place; A shadow o'er our life is cast– We miss the sunshine of thy face. We miss thy kind and willing hand; Thy fond and earnest care: Our home is dark without thee; We miss thee everywhere." –Inserted by her loving son and daughter, Samuel John and Jane Hattam. HATTAM. - In loving remembrance of my dear wife and our mother, Sarah, who died on the 27th Novem- ber, 1901, Hopkins-street, Boulder City. "Through all pain at times she'd smile: A smile of heavenly birth– And when the angels called her home She smiled farewell to earth. Heaven retaineth now our treasure; Earth the lonely casket keeps, And the sunbeams love to linger Where my sainted wife sleeps." –Inserted by her loving husband and children, Albert and Hilda. HATTAM. – In loving remembrance of our dear mother, Sarah Hattam, who died on November 27th, 1901. "Drear are the years without you; Dear are thy memories still; Bright are the friends about you; Sweet joys thy fond heart fill. Yet, from thy heaven of glory, Come to us once again; Whisper that old loved story; Take from our heart its pain Where could we find another, Loving of heart and face, Like to our own dear mother?– No one can fill her place." –Inserted by her loving children – Mrs. J. McMahon, Bunbury; Mrs. E. J. Edwards, Coolgardie; Mr. E. J. Mitchell, Moonta (S. Aus.); Mr. J. T. Mitchell, Boulder. http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article32669691
In Memoriam 1 December 1903 (2 years after death)

Citation details: 16
Date of entry in original source: 1 December 1903
Text:
Kalgoorlie Western Argus, Kalgoorlie Tuesday 1 December 1903 page 16 column 1 IN MEMORIAM. HATTAM. - In loving memory of Sarah Hattam, who died at Boulder, November 27th, 1901. "Farewell my darling husband, fare- well, Adieu to thee, adieu, And you, my children, loved ones all, Farewell, farewell to you. Though I am gone and you are left To tread this vale alone We'll hope to meet again in heaven With Christ, before God's throne." –Inseted by her loving husband and children. http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article32736598
In Memoriam 29 November 1904 (3 years after death)

Citation details: 16
Date of entry in original source: 29 November 1904
Text:
Kalgoorlie Western Argus, Kalgoorlie Tuesday 29 November 1904 page 16 column 2 IN MEMORIAM. IN MEMORIAM. HATTAM.–In loving remembrance of our dear mother, who departed this life on the 27th of November, 1901. Inserted by her loving son and daughter-in-law, J. T. and A. C. Mit- chell. http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article32744043
Family with parents - View family
father
mother
Family with John Samuel Mitchell - View family
husband
 
Marriage: 1868Redruth (district), Cornwall, England
3 years
son
3 years
son
3 years
daughter
Family with John Hattam - View family
husband
 
Marriage: 10 December 1875District Registry Office, Clermont, QLD, Australia
6 months
son
Samuel Hattam
Birth: May 1876 40 28Clermont, QLD, Australia
Death: 28 May 1876Clermont, QLD, Australia
11 months
daughter
16 months
son
3 years
daughter
Anna Maria Hattam
Birth: 23 January 1881 45 33Moonta Mines, SA, Australia
Death: 5 March 1882Moonta Mines, SA, Australia
20 months
son
Albert Henry Hattam
Birth: 30 September 1882 46 34Moonta Mines, SA, Australia
Death: 1906Boulder, WA, Australia
2 years
son
Joseph Hattam
Birth: 18 November 1884 48 36Moonta Mines, SA, Australia
Death: 8 December 1888Moonta Mines, SA, Australia
3 years
daughter
John Hattam + Susan Pooley - View family
husband
husband’s wife
 
Marriage: 2 February 1858Chacewater, Cornwall, England
4 years
step-daughter
5 years
step-daughter
Susan Hattam
Birth: 1865 29 27Redruth (district), Cornwall, England
Death: June 1871Guisbro' (district), Yorkshire, England
2 years
step-son
Edward John Hattam
Birth: 1866 30 28Pickering (district), Yorkshire, England
Death: 1871Guisbro' (district), Yorkshire, England
3 years
step-daughter
3 years
step-son
Thomas Henry Hattam
Birth: 1870 34 32Guisbro' (district), Yorkshire, England
Death: 1871Guisbro' (district), Yorkshire, England

MarriageGRO index
Text:
1868 Jun Redruth 5c 368
Census1871 UK Census
Text:
1871 Census RG 10 / 2323 / ED 1 folio 9 page 10 schedule 46 Gustavus, Camborne John Mitchell, Head, Mar, 22, -, Tin Miner, Cornwall Camborne Sarah Mitchell, Wife, Mar, -, 22, -, Cornwall Breage Edward Mitchell, Son, Unm, 6mo, -, -, Cornwall Camborne
ImmigrationNew South Wales Assisted Immigration
Text:
Mitchell, John S, 23, Countess Russell, 30 Jun 1873, IMM/114, 417, M1697 Mitchell, Sarah, 24, Countess Russell, 30 Jun 1873, IMM/114, 417, M1697 Mitchell, Edward, 21, Countess Russell, 30 Jun 1873, IMM/114, 417, M1697 Mitchell Edward J, 3, Countess Russell, 30 Jun 1873, IMM/114, 417, M1697 Mitchell James, 1, Countess Russell, 30 Jun 1873, IMM/114, 417, M1697
ImmigrationQueensland Immigrant Ship Arrivals
Text:
MITCHELL John S, age 23, Ship : Countess Russell, 30 Jun 1873 IMM/114 p.417 Z1958 M1697 MITCHELL Sarah, age 24, Ship : Countess Russell, 30 Jun 1873 IMM/114 p.417 Z1958 M1697 MITCHELL Edward, age 3, Ship : Countess Russell, 30 Jun 1873 IMM/114 p.417 Z1958 M1697 MITCHELL James, age 1, Ship : Countess Russell, 30 Jun 1873 IMM/114 p.417 Z1958 M1697 MITCHELL Edward, age 21, Ship : Countess Russell, 30 Jun 1873 IMM/114 p.417 Z1958 M1697
In MemoriamThe Kalgoorlie Western Argus, WA, Australia
Citation details: 15
Date of entry in original source: 2 December 1902
Text:
The Kalgoorlie Western Argus, Kalgoorlie Tuesday 2 December 1902 page 15 column 1 IN MEMORIAM. HATTAM.-- In loving remembrance of our dear mother, who died on the 27th November, 1901, Hopkins-street, Boulder City. "We miss thee from our home, dear mother; We miss thee from thy place; A shadow o'er our life is cast– We miss the sunshine of thy face. We miss thy kind and willing hand; Thy fond and earnest care: Our home is dark without thee; We miss thee everywhere." –Inserted by her loving son and daughter, Samuel John and Jane Hattam. HATTAM. - In loving remembrance of my dear wife and our mother, Sarah, who died on the 27th Novem- ber, 1901, Hopkins-street, Boulder City. "Through all pain at times she'd smile: A smile of heavenly birth– And when the angels called her home She smiled farewell to earth. Heaven retaineth now our treasure; Earth the lonely casket keeps, And the sunbeams love to linger Where my sainted wife sleeps." –Inserted by her loving husband and children, Albert and Hilda. HATTAM. – In loving remembrance of our dear mother, Sarah Hattam, who died on November 27th, 1901. "Drear are the years without you; Dear are thy memories still; Bright are the friends about you; Sweet joys thy fond heart fill. Yet, from thy heaven of glory, Come to us once again; Whisper that old loved story; Take from our heart its pain Where could we find another, Loving of heart and face, Like to our own dear mother?– No one can fill her place." –Inserted by her loving children – Mrs. J. McMahon, Bunbury; Mrs. E. J. Edwards, Coolgardie; Mr. E. J. Mitchell, Moonta (S. Aus.); Mr. J. T. Mitchell, Boulder. http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article32669691
In MemoriamThe Kalgoorlie Western Argus, WA, Australia
Citation details: 16
Date of entry in original source: 1 December 1903
Text:
Kalgoorlie Western Argus, Kalgoorlie Tuesday 1 December 1903 page 16 column 1 IN MEMORIAM. HATTAM. - In loving memory of Sarah Hattam, who died at Boulder, November 27th, 1901. "Farewell my darling husband, fare- well, Adieu to thee, adieu, And you, my children, loved ones all, Farewell, farewell to you. Though I am gone and you are left To tread this vale alone We'll hope to meet again in heaven With Christ, before God's throne." –Inseted by her loving husband and children. http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article32736598
In MemoriamThe Kalgoorlie Western Argus, WA, Australia
Citation details: 16
Date of entry in original source: 29 November 1904
Text:
Kalgoorlie Western Argus, Kalgoorlie Tuesday 29 November 1904 page 16 column 2 IN MEMORIAM. IN MEMORIAM. HATTAM.–In loving remembrance of our dear mother, who departed this life on the 27th of November, 1901. Inserted by her loving son and daughter-in-law, J. T. and A. C. Mit- chell. http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article32744043
SourceThe Brisbane Courier, Brisbane, QLD, Australia
Citation details: 4
Date of entry in original source: 5 July 1873
Text:
The Brisbane Courier Saturday, July 5, 1873 Page 4 column 7 ROCKHAMPTON. July 4. The immigrants by the Countess Russell are still detained on board, owing to some unfore- seen delay. The health of the immigrants is reported as not improved. Buildings and tents are being prepared on the quarantine ground for their reception. The weather is threatening above. The escort started from Clermont to-day for Rockhampton with one thousand seven hundred and seven (1707) ounces of gold. Splendid ore has been struck in the Eastern Peak Downs Copper Mine, the stone being stated to yield 80 per cent. of copper. http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article1321277
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